Mentioned a couple of times was local radio station WXMR.
Victory Rock Fellowship featured its presence on the air in a sign on the side of its float.
Kelly Liebman of Wonder Lake announced her candidacy for McHenry County Board in District 6 through her participation in the parade.
She didn’t ride in her convertible, choosing to walk instead.
The community radio entry came next.
One horse drawing a wagon left a present for the clean-up crew.
Vehicles behind it, drove closer to our side of Route 23.
An organization I hadn’t heard about before is the Glory Bound Rescue Ranch.
As nearly as I can determine, they take pets (I saw several dogs) who are growing feeble.
The next politician was McHenry County Board Chairman Joe Gottemoller.
You can see how his car avoided what one horse left behind.
Next was McHenry County Clerk Mary McClellan with Nunda Township Supervisor Lee Jennings at the wheel.
Confederate soldier redactors with a cannon were followed by a diminished Union Rifle Company.
They engaged in mock battles along the parade route.
The parade ended with a tremendous bang.